Vineland Research and Innovation Centre (Vineland)
Vineland Research and Innovation Centre is an independent, not-for-profit organization, funded in part by the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a five-year federal-provincial-territorial initiative.
It delivers innovative products, solutions, and services through an integrated and collaborative cross-country network to advance Canada’s research and commercialization agenda.
Vineland’s innovation goals prioritize empowering the sector to improve environmental performance on and off the farm. These goals include diversifying and enhancing horticultural products produced in Canada for domestic and export markets, diversifying and commercializing automation technologies and production solutions.
4890 Victoria Avenue North – Box 4000
Vineland Station, Ontario
Areas of Expertise
Biological Crop Protection
– Accelerating the introduction and use of biological and biochemical plant protection strategies to reduce the negative impacts of pests, diseases and weeds in horticultural crops
– Creating operational savings through automation, artificial intelligence, and precision technology
Plant Variety Development (Biodiversity)
– Introducing new and enhanced plant varieties for commercial impact
Consumer, Sensory and Market Insights
– Utilizing sensory and consumer-focused research for horticultural product development and market positioning
Plant Responses and the Environment
– Developing practices to create environmental conditions that support the sustainable growth and use of plants
Business Development & Consulting
Published: September 14, 2021